Month: March 2020

What do you desire?

I love this question because every time I ask those I work with what they desire, the most common response is something like, “I have never given that any thought” or “Gosh, I don’t really know.” “What do you mean ‘committed to chaos,’ Alyssa? Why would I be committed to chaos?!?”⁣ For some, chaos helps …

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What do you really want?

Bertrand Russell’s magnificent Nobel prize acceptance speech. Brain Pickings | Maria Popova Bertrand Russell (May 18, 1872–February 2, 1970) endures as one of humanity’s most lucid and luminous minds — an oracle of timeless wisdom on everything from what “the good life” really means to why “fruitful monotony” is essential for happiness to love, sex, …

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Anxiety is paralyzing

So many of my friends and colleagues now experience anxiety. Anxiety can be caused by many different issues. Some can be managed by self awareness and mindfulness, while others must be managed under the care of a medical professional. If you suffer mild anxiety you can manage it yourself. Here’s the trickiest part – you …

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Smart Goal Setting

I found this an interesting read – and we must try many pathways before we find out what works for us. https://hbr.org/2020/01/to-achieve-big-goals-start-with-small-habits?utm_source=pocket-newtab

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